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Monday, July 14
Tuesday, July 15
Wednesday, July 16
Thursday, July 17
Friday,July 18
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Institutes


Institute Participation

Participation in these Institutes requires full convention registration. These institutes begin on Monday morning and continue through all breakout sessions; participants are expected to attend all sessions. Opportunities for liturgical prayer and formation will take place as part of the convention liturgies, plenum presentations, and events.

Schedule for each Institute:
Monday, July 14: 9:00 AM–12:00 NOON and 4:15–5:30 PM
Tuesday, July 15: 10:45 AM–12:00 NOON
Wednesday, July 16: 10:45 AM–12:00 NOON and 3:15–5:15 PM
Thursday, July 17: 3:45–5:15 PM
Friday, July 18: 9:15–10:30 AM

 

Perry
PERRY

I-01 Scripture Institute
Clinician Carol Perry, SU
Begins Monday, July 14, at 9:00 am

Spend significant time reflecting with renowned Catholic scholar and teacher Sister Carol Perry, Resident Bible Scholar at Marble Collegiate Church, on the Gospel of Mark—the source of Year B Sunday Gospel readings. Pre-registration required, space is limited. No on-site registration; Fee $90.


TRAPP
TRAPP
Kosnik
KOSNIK

I-02 Keyboard Institute
Clinicians Lynn Trapp and James Kosnik
Begins Monday, July 14, at 9:00 am
Practical skills, techniques, and resources for the keyboard player who serves the liturgy and leads the assembly of God’s people. An intense learning experience presented by an outstanding organ and piano instructor team. Pre-registration required, space is limited. No on-site registration; Fee $90.


Kapitan
KAPITAN

I-03 Catholic Liturgical Ministry Boot Camp: Documents
Clinician Eliot Kapitan

Monday, July 14, at 9:00 am
How do you interpret liturgical documents? Law, suggestion, or bright idea? What’s the difference between introductions (praenotanda), rubrics, and the rites themselves? What books should every pastoral musician or liturgy planner be familiar with? And much, much more! Pre-registration required, space is limited. No on-site registration; Fee $90.


INWOOD
INWOOD
COONEY
COONEY

I-04 Composer and Text Writer Institute
Clinicians Paul Inwood and Rory Cooney

Monday, July 14, at 9:00 am
We become what we sing. Music wedded to text is an integral part of the liturgy, and music unveils dimensions of meaning and feelings that words alone do not touch. Crafting the texts we sing and the music that expresses them to touch minds, hearts, and spirits is the focus of this institute, led by two gifted composers and crafters of texts. Pre-registration required, space is limited. No on-site registration; Fee $90.




HISLOP

TURNER

DMMD Institute
Fr. Ed Hislop and Fr. Paul Turner


The DMMD Institute will allow participants to celebrate various rites from the liturgies of the Easter Triduum led by two experienced pastors and liturgists, Fr. Ed Hislop and Fr. Paul Turner. Then institute participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the choices made to deepen theological and pastoral understanding about why to make certain choices and how to celebrate these central rites of our liturgical year with greater depth and pastoral sensitivity. Come celebrate, pray, reflect, and grow together. Open to DMMD members.

DMMD Institute Schedule:

Monday, July 14
A-01 The Triduum Through Fresh Eyes: Pray and Reflect on the Rites, Part 1  4:15-6:00 pm.

Tuesday, July 15

B-01 The Triduum Through Fresh Eyes: Pray and Reflect on the Rites, Part 2  10:45-12:00 pm.

Wednesday, July 16
C-03 The Triduum Through Fresh Eyes: Pray and Reflect on the Rites, Part 3  10:45 am-12:30 pm.

 

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